Profit vs Stake Binary Options Bot

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Profit vs Stake Binary Options Bot

Profit Vs Stake Binary Options  bot
Profit Vs Stake Binary Options  bot

You can see in the image above how the Profit Vs Stake bot looks.

Here is a short video explaining the various settings of the Profit Versus Stake binary options bot.





Profit Vs Stake Rules

The name of this bot has actually nothing to do with the implemented strategy. The name was given for historical reasons which will be changed during the next revision of this bot.

 Main Rule

The main rule is to take a reversal trade once the bot observes a certain number of consecutive ticks in a certain direction.

For example if #Num Consecutive Movements = 3 than we have:

CALL: if there are 3 consecutive ticks lower than previous:


Ichimoku Call Trade


PUT: if there are 3 consecutive ticks higher than previous:

Ichimoku Put Trade

Filters
 To filter out bad signals it is possible to use one of the following filters:
1. EMA:
EMA1 is considered the Fast EMA and EMA2 is considered the slow EMA.
Therefore:
If EMA1 > EMA2 (EMA Bullish) -> Only CALL signals are allowed
If EMA1 < EMA2 (EMA Bearish) -> Only PUT signals are allowed

2. Bollinger Bands:
If price action is below the lower BB (BB Bullish) -> Only CALL signals are allowed
If price action is above the higher BB (BB Bearish) -> Only PUT signals are allowed

3. Stochastic:
If K% > D% (Stochastic Bullish) -> Only CALL signals are allowed
If K% < D% (Stochastic Bearish) -> Only PUT signals are allowed

4. MACD:
If Hist > 0 (MACD Bullish) -> Only CALL signals are allowed
If Hist < 0 (MACD Bearish) -> Only PUT signals are allowed

5. Hichimoku:
Uses the Tenkan Sen Vs Kijun Sen relationship:
If Tenkan > Kijun (Hichimoku Bullish) -> Only CALL signals are allowed
If Tenkan < Kijun (Hichimoku Bearish) -> Only PUT signals are allowed


I suggest that you keep your percentage payout to 90%. If you are trading Volatility Indexes and then you need to be trading 50 cents minimum to get those payouts. 45, 40 and 35 cents set it at 86%

Here are some settings to test out on your bot:


EMA settings on binary optionsbot
Setting A: 9 EMA 24 EMA 5 ticks 5 movements 90% min

Bolinger Bands settings for binary options bot
Setting B with Bolinger Bands

Setting C with Stochastics for binary options bot
Setting C with Stochastics


Settings D with MACD for binary options bot
Settings D with MACD

Settings E with Ichimoku for binary options bot
Settings E with Ichimoku

Some ideas to get you going. Great bot and the possibilities for settings are very much unlimited. I have hardly scratched the surface here.

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